On Thursday April 23rd Seneca East fifth grade students presented a music program “Save the Earth.” This program involved ALL 77 fifth grade students who taught the audience about recycling, reducing waste, and conservation through singing, dancing, speaking parts, and instrument playing. Emily Siesel from Mrs. Suaber’s class designed “Save the Earth” T-Shirts and numerous volunteers crafted other costumes and props out of recycled material. Students had a great time presenting both a musical and educational program! Bravo, fifth graders!
The Spanish II class traveled to the Toledo Art Museum on April 22. Here is a picture of student "Picassos" beside a real Picasso.
Monica Perry, Education Specialist from the OSS Solid Waste Distrct, visited
Seneca East Elementary School on Friday, April 16 to present William Beard with
prizes. William, a 5th grade student, won first place with his recycling poster. His
poster is now a billboard on US 224 just down the road from the school.
The Seneca East High School Awards Program is slated for Wednesday, May 13th at 6:00 p.m. At the awards program, Seneca East students will be recognized for their academic achievements and for improvement in each of our subject areas. Also, to cap off this evening, seniors will be receiving various scholarships offered by local and regional sponsors as well as by the military and colleges/universities that our students have chosen to attend. It’s going to be a great evening of recognition of our students who have worked extremely hard to do the best that they can in school and who have done the best they can to prepare themselves for their future. The middle school academic awards program will also be hosted at the school on Monday, May 18th at approximately 8:00 a.m.